If you talk to me long enough about what I do, you'll hear me ask the rhetorical question " ... and how come that wasn't on the curriculum?"
It will be about how people all prefer to be communicated with in ways that are personal to them, how people see everything differently and about where our source of experience of the world originates i.e. not from media or any other external source, but from within.
If you empathise with the title of this post, I'd encourage you to respond to this consultation before April 15th.
Consultation to create practical ways to resolve the soft skills gap McDonald’s has invited entrepreneur James Caan CBE to jointly lead a three-month consultation on current practices and attitudes towards soft skills. People can find out more and take part at www.backingsoftskills.co.uk. The consultation will result in a series of recommendations published later in the year to improve, support and promote soft skills in the workplace. Businessman and entrepreneur, James Caan CBE, commented: “Soft skills matter – to individuals, to businesses, and to the wider UK economy. Part of the success in my journey wasn’t about my qualifications or experience, but it was the value I gave to soft skills that helped me get to where I am today.”